In the first half, England had just one shot, but boy did they capitalize on it.
In the video above, we get unprecedented and exclusive access to Chris Wilder's Sheffield United, who are trying to negotiate the minefield of agents, fees and ever-changing goalposts.
Meanwhile, the past two world champions -- France and Germany -- are still reckoning with the reasons for and implications of their early exits.
With Groups E and F in the books, the tournament now moves to the knockout stage, starting with the round of 16 and some tasty matchups to boot.
In 2016, it needed an own goal from Northern Ireland to move on to the final eight, where it shocked Belgium 3-1 before falling to Portugal in the semifinals.